Sunday, August 31, 2014

SEX TOYS FOR WIDOWS

Veggetti.  When I first heard about this, it was pronounced "vagetti" almost like Oprah's vajayjay.  Titillating for sure!

It's a spiralizer for the kitchen.  Supposedly you can turn a zucchini (they are now in the give away stage ....) into "noodles" which are very low carb.  Now two of my cooking friends own one.



Both have only done zucchini but of course, Google has shown me so much more!  Apples, beets, squash, potatoes, cucumbers, onions, pears ....


Now my dilemma.  Should I jump on the bandwagon?  In my tiny little kitchen(s)?  I got a Vitamix when Kate and family were living here.  But now I use it once a week ... or less.  

Would I really eat more vegetables?


6 comments:

  1. The veggies sure look pretty like that!

    You are going to get a ton of views with a title like that! LOL

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    1. They do look appealing. Maybe I should borrow one for a day or two ....

      People do decide whether to read a post based on the title! I like that there are 30 people who read each post!! In just one year. Thank you again for encouraging me. It's a creative hobby that I just love.

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  2. The title scared me! I wouldn't know where to start with a sex OR kitchen toy. It would be just my luck to get them mixed up!

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    1. OUCH! That was not a pretty picture to visualize!!!!

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  3. Funny, I was thinking about doing a post on this, too. I'm really not a gadget person. It takes a lot to get me to buy a new toy like this. I have a lot of requirements for gadget-type items, the primary one being storability. I have no more room in my kitchen for things I don't use often, but everywhere I go on the internet I see this guy, and I see the veggies - mostly zucchini - done up in the most enticing ways. It makes me want to try it. I just know I'd use it once or twice and it would be in the attic with the panini maker and the seventy's fondue pot. Still, it looks like fun.

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